I haven't tried submodules yet, but did You commited your submodule?
git add <something/>
adds your files (submodules?) only to stage index. If You want to commit
files added to stage index, You should commit them with:
git commit -m "your commit message"
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31-08-2012 17:07, "Rui Gonçalves" <rui.goncal...@beubi.com> napisał(a):
> Hi there!
> I'm trying to add a submodule that already existed (different git remote
> repository). As I didn't searched before how to do it correctly, I think
> I've messed up my repository and I need some help to fix it again.
> I've already deleted all the relevant sections from the .gitmodules and
> .git/config regarding the submodules I want to delete. I've also verified
> that there is not modules directory inside my .git/ directory.
> However, when I run the command *git rm --cached path_to_submodule*(without
> trailing space), the following message is displayed:
> *fatal: pathspec 'path_to_submodule' did not match any files*
> As the previous command fails, when I try to add again the same submodule
> with the new definitions, running the command *git submodule add
> gituser@host:repo.git*, this is the displayed message:
> *'repo' already exists in the index*
> How can I solve this problem?
> Thanks in advance for the help,
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